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Read about the history of cell cycle research, the different phases of the cell cycle and the involvement of Cyclins and Cyclin-dependent kinases (Cdks) and download your own copy of the brand new cell cycle pathway card.
Find out how cyclins and cyclin-dependent kinases (Cdks) regulate cell cycle progression at the G1 to S-phase transition
Assay cell viability, cytotoxicity, and apoptosis in live or fixed cells, with the latest technologies and using flow cytometer, microscopy or microplate reader
Guide to identifying and studying Cdk-cyclin and its effectors in cell cycle progression and cancer.
p53 is the single most frequently mutated gene in human cancer. New roles for p53 include the ability to regulate metabolism, differentiation and development, and its ability to influence the aging process and longevity.
Choose highly cited tools for deciphering the role of p21 in cell cycle arrest and cancer.
Everything you need to study the type III intermediate protein, vimentin.